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Permission to be sad?

September 19, 2020 / by Kathryn Redman posted in Life with Jesus, Personal Reflections

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It seems like almost every blog or post I read is working hard to encourage me that we will all make it through 2020. That life will go on and that there are a ton of reasons to be optimistic. That the global pandemic has forced creativity and in many ways I will look back and be grateful. That I need to stay engaged and continue to embrace change and be willing to keep pivoting.

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Betwixt and Between

May 02, 2020 / by Kathryn Redman posted in Passion & Provision, HaBO Village, Life with Jesus, Personal Reflections, Speaking and Teaching, Fulfilled

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Early May 2020.

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He set his face

April 12, 2020 / by Kathryn Redman posted in Passion & Provision, Business, Life with Jesus, Personal Reflections, Fulfilled

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This past Thursday Michael and I had a podcast interview ahead of us with some friends in Austin to talk about our upcoming book release of Fulfilled: The Passion and Provision Strategy for Building a Business with Profit, Purpose and Legacy.

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I find myself....how about you?

March 22, 2020 / by Kathryn Redman posted in Life with Jesus, Personal Reflections

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It has been a while since I “had a moment” on this platform. Truth be told I’ve had lots of moments since I wrote last that cover the range of emotions represented by our emoji friends, but have not been in a place to share them. Long before the season we are facing of COVID-19 and a global pandemic, I was in a season of sheltering in some ways. Doing battle with some parts of my identity and disconnecting during that battle from all but those most close to me.

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Long Forgotten Dreams

December 24, 2019 / by Kathryn Redman posted in Life with Jesus, Personal Reflections

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“…Do not be afraid, Zechariah; your prayer has been heard...”

Those few words in Luke 1:13, spoken by an angel to Zechariah, a priest. Nice words. Encouraging words. Hopeful words.

But the remainder of the sentence was jaw dropping. Your wife, Elizabeth, will bear a son, and you are to call him John.

Meet Zechariah and Elizabeth, relatively small players in the larger Christmas drama. They are described in a way that is enviable in verse 6 - Both of them were righteous in the sight of God, observing all the Lord’s commands and decrees blamelessly.

Blameless. Righteous. Obedient. A powerful couple in their community with enviable heritage and a faithful relationship with God.

But. Always a but.

But they were childless because Elizabeth was not able to conceive, and they were both very old.

Very old.

So how many years has it been since Zechariah stopped praying for a baby? How many suns have risen and set since that request, that pleading, left his lips? Ten years? Twenty years? Thirty? More?

Very old. Clearly well past childbearing years. Monthly cycles ended. All hope ended with them.

“Your prayer has been heard.”

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Choosing Well

October 29, 2019 / by Kathryn Redman posted in Business, Life with Jesus

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Each of us lives the life we choose.
– Roy H. Williams, The Wizard of Ads

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Vulnerability is the gift

September 24, 2019 / by Kathryn Redman posted in Business, Life with Jesus, Personal Reflections

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I just sat with a friend who is asking himself some hard reflection questions.

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13 Feet Under...

September 03, 2019 / by Kathryn Redman posted in Life with Jesus, Personal Reflections

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Some days are just hard.

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Lessons from 6th Grade

July 20, 2019 / by Kathryn Redman posted in Life with Jesus, Personal Reflections

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I've been thinking a lot lately about the topic of worry. Life is so full of opportunities to step into it, and sometimes to stay there for far too long.

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Let us be like buffalo...

July 05, 2019 / by Kathryn Redman posted in Life with Jesus, Personal Reflections

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Walking down the street in Truckee California on a warm Thursday evening during Farmer’s Market, Michael and I came across this unique offering.

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